What's on this weekend?
This South East Asian tradition recognises the harvest and changing of seasons, and in Cabramatta more than 90,000 people attend each year, carrying lanterns, performing traditional dances and sharing mooncakes. There's also markets, food stalls and and an evening fireworks display.
The Surry Hills Festival draws 60,000 people each year for a day of free family-friendly entertainment. Local venues and laneways will host live music performances, kids’ activities, art trails, food tours, and market stalls.
Are you in need of some TLC? Or is your body craving some high-impact movement? Whatever your wellness needs are, they’re sure to be met at this weekend of well-being workshops, workouts and health-focused markets.
The big finale for Camden’s annual town-wide festival is the Taste Food, Wine and Music Festival. This family-friendly fair will set up at Camden Town Farm on September 23 for an afternoon of taste tests, cooking demonstrations, markets and live entertainment.
This annual cycling festival invites cycling pros and bike riders still on their training wheels to a day of bike-related fun. There will be practical maintenance checks, workshops in bike skills, and the chance to test out some new wheels.
This is the final exhibition in a series of three yearly shows from Artspace, exploring "the body in public." The final chapter is all about the future and "the body as detached from or encompassing much more than mere physical form."
The annual blessing of local fishing fleets recognises the men and women bringing ocean banquets to our tables and wishes them a prosperous year ahead. Sydney Fish Market will continue this happy tradition, with a day of live entertainment at Blackwattle Bay wharf.
Of the 220 submissions to the Little Sydney Lives photography competition, 20 wonderful snaps taken by kids aged 3-11 have been selected as finalists. Their work will be displayed on large canvases and exhibited in the Sandringham Gardens at Hyde Park.
Every year the Australian Botanic Garden has a sprawling display of white, pink and yellow paper daisies. It covers a total area of more than 1,700 square metres – just over the size of an Olympic swimming pool.
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